The 'As Long As You Love Me' singer apparently will auction off some spray cans he used to tag a wall to raise money for people affected by devastating typhoon in the Philippines.
Justin Bieber is using his spray-paint hobby for good cause. According to a TMZ report, the "Beauty and a Beat" singer is auctioning off a signed photo of his graffiti art which was spray-painted on a wall in Los Angeles for the victims of the Philippines typhoon.
Bieber and a friend called Milk Tyson tagged a piece on Saturday night, November 16. The 19-year-old pop star reportedly wanted to raise money by selling spray cans which they used for the art. Proceeds from the auction will go to a Philippines typhoon relief group which will be announced later.
The Canadian singer uploaded the said graffiti on his Instagram, captioning the photo, "We all can help." Wearing a gray hoodie, black jacket, pants and cap, he can be seen praying in the photo.
Bieber is not the only one who wanted to help people in the Philippines in the aftermath of typhoon Haiyan. Rockers from Journey donated $350,000 to the United Nations World Food Program to assist the organization's relief efforts, Wenn reports. The group's vocalist Arnel Pineda, who hailed from the country, sent a message to fans in the country, saying, "Don't stop believing... Help is on the way."